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1GL Bolt: Batheaston, Church of St John the Baptist   

Bath Easton Church. Bolt in South side of tower ; 3.73 ft. above surface [1GL, Oxford to Bath, Branch Levelling from Mark No. 125(a)]; BOLT S FACE ST JOHN THE BAPTIST CH (height 42.8457m, 1.5m above ground).

Grid reference: ST 7773 6790.
Landranger 172: Bristol & Bath, Thornbury & Chew Magna.
Explorer 155: Bristol & Bath.
Structure: Church / Chapel.
Waypoint: BT0304.

Neighbouring Bench Marks
BM Batheaston, Methodist Church Hall 237.70m to the southeast.
BM Batheaston, Brow Hill 361.39m to the south.
BM Batheaston, No1 Eagle Cottages 456.18m to the northeast.
BM Batheaston, #268 London Road East 480.42m to the south.
BOLT Batheaston, Bridge 610.57m to the southeast.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Flax Bourton, 25.98km to the west.

First Primary Levelling, England & Wales (1840-60)
This bench mark was used during the First primary levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 141.2110 feet [43.0411 metres] above mean sea level (Liverpool datum). It was included as a side level on the Oxford to Bath levelling line. The surveyor's description was No. 125(a). Bath Easton Church. Bolt in South side of tower ; 3.73 ft. above surface (p247).

Logged Visits
Visited on 19th March 2017 by BRISTOLIAN. Condition: Good.
Nice bolt here and nice crisp mark too.

Visited on 11th December 2010 by ChrisC. Condition: Good.
As described.
Bolt offset to LHS of Cut Mark
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